Rowenta Steam N Press
Powerful burst of steam penetrates even the most difficult fabrics Full range temperature thermostat ensures perfect ironing for any fabric Includes lint brush - fabric brush and travel pouch
Part Number: DA-75
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|Midget||9:14am on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010|
|Ok, so heres my story, my wife and I decided that actually earning money for a living was too easy, so we bought a business. small and lightweight small water capacity, takes forever|
|Patrick Hohmeyer||11:14am on Monday, June 7th, 2010|
|Worked great...but only once! The second time I used the Rowenta Steambrush DA-65, about halfway through my ironing job. Works, but takes forever to get out wrinkles I picked this up at a discount store, thinking I got a great deal.|
|play2006||8:09pm on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010|
|Irons like a professional dry cleaner. Easy to use, long cord More expensive than standard iron. No excuse to not iron the clothes. Works great when new Gets old quickly|
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Steam 'n Press
Instructions for Use
120V 240 V
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using your Rowenta Steam 'n Press basic precautions should always be followed, including the following: Read all instructions before using the appliance. 1. Use appliance only for its intended use. 2. To protect against a risk of electric shock, do not immerse the appliance in water or other liquids. Do not use the appliance in a wet environment (on a wet floor, near a sink). 3. The appliance should always be turned to Minimum (Min) before plugging or unplugging from outlet. Never yank cord to disconnect from outlet, instead grasp plug and pull to disconnect. 4. Do not allow cord to touch hot surfaces. Let appliance cool completely before putting away. Loop cord loosely around appliance when storing. 5. Always disconnect appliance from electrical outlet when filling appliance with water, emptying appliance or when not in use. 6. Do not operate appliance with a damaged cord or if the appliance has been dropped or damaged. To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble the appliance, ship it to the nearest authorized Rowenta Appliance Service Center for examination and repair. Incorrect reassembly can cause a risk of electric shock when the appliance is used. 7. This appliance is not a toy, so close supervision is necessary for any appliance being used by or near children. Do not leave appliance unattended while plugged in or on an ironing board. 8. Burns can occur from touching hot metal parts, hot water, steam or hot soleplate cover. 9. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by Rowenta may result in fire, electric shock or personal injury. 10. Be sure dual voltage selector is in correct voltage position before operating. Before plugging in, read the information about dual voltage operation in the instruction section of this manual.
1. This is a 1000 watt appliance. To avoid a circuit overload, do not operate a high wattage appliance on the same circuit. 2. If an extension cord is absolutely necessary, a 10-ampere cord should be used. Cords rated for less amperage may overheat. Care should be taken to arrange the cord so that it cannot be pulled or tripped over. 3. Your Rowenta appliance is intended for household use only. 4. IMPORTANT Do not remove soleplate cover when appliance is hot. Turn thermostat to minimum and allow unit to cool. Always remove carefully and avoid touching soleplate which will remain hot for some time. Refer to full operating instructions.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
240 V K J I H GF
A B C D E F
Description: Thermostat control dial Burst of steam button Removable water tank Cord protector Voltage selector (120/240 V) Polished soleplate
G H I J K
Soleplate cover lock Lint pad Fabric brush Ribbed finger grip Soleplate cover
USING FOR THE FIRST TIME
Please read the instructions for use and the Important Safety instructions carefully. It is normal for a small amount of smoke to be produced the first time the appliance is used. This will quickly disappear. When the appliance is plugged in, and thermostat control dial is moved from the minimum setting, the soleplate heats. Do not touch or remove the soleplate cover without letting the appliance cool down. During use or while unit is heating or cooling, do not rest appliance on its soleplate. Place product on its side on a firm, heat resistant, flat surface, as soleplate will be hot. As the appliance heats the housing becomes warm.This is normal.
Dual voltage selection
The appliance can work on both, 120V or 240V, AC systems. Be sure the dual voltage selector (E) is in the correct voltage position before operating. To do this, unplug the appliance and turn the selector which is below the handle with a coin, so it is aligned with the correct voltage (either 120V or 240V).
Never change selector while unit is plugged in.
This is a 120/240 V dual voltage appliance and may be used in the United States and abroad without an electricity converter. An adapter plug may be necessary when using appliance in foreign countries. If needed, plug the steambrush into correct adapter plug for the specific country and plug assembly into electrical outlet.
Dual voltage selector in wrong position
If the voltage selector is set to 240 V in a 120 V supply, the performance of the Steambrush will be reduced. Never set the voltage selector to 120 V in a 220240 V supply, as this can damage the product.
FILLING THE WATER TANK Before plugging in the Steam 'n Press fill the water tank (C) with water as follows: Remove the water tank
To remove the water tank, hold on to the bottom half of the handle and slide the top half of the handle away from the appliance as shown.
Filling the water tank
Remove cap, fill the tank with ordinary tap water and close the cap.
Replacing the water tank
Put the full water tank back into the unit, by sliding the lower handle back into the top half of the handle until it is firmly in place.
Adding water during use
Always unplug the appliance and wait for it to cool down before removing the water tank. Handle with care as unit will remain hot for a considerable time. Fill as indicated in water tank filling section. Plug in the appliance and wait approximately one minute to ensure your Steam 'n Press is fully reheated before using it.
ATTACHING AND REMOVING THE SOLEPLATE COVER Attaching the soleplate cover The Steam 'n Press should be unplugged and completely cool when removing or attaching the soleplate cover.
To attach the soleplate cover (K) to the Steam 'n Press, hold the soleplate cover by the ribbed finger grips (J) and slide the cover over the soleplate.
Turn the soleplate cover lock (G) half a turn (180) to the left to lock the soleplate cover into position.
Your appliance can be used as a Steambrush once cover is attached. Reference Steambrush Function section of instructions for further use information.
Removing the soleplate cover The steambrush should be unplugged and completely cool when removing or attaching the soleplate cover.
To remove the soleplate cover (K) turn the soleplate cover lock (G) a half turn (180) to the right.
Grip the soleplate cover by the ribbed finger grips (J) on both sides as shown and pull towards the tip of unit to remove.
Reference Ironing Function section of instructions for further use information.
IRONING FUNCTION The soleplate of the Steam 'n Press will smooth out tough wrinkles from clothes and press in sharp creases and pleats. Starting up
Before plugging in please remove cover. When the Steam 'n Press is plugged in the soleplate heats. Do not touch or remove the soleplate cover without letting the soleplate cool down.
Remove the soleplate cover as indicated in instructions called Removing the Soleplate Cover.
Plug in the appliance, place it on its side and wait approximately one minute for it to reach full temperature before using. During use or while unit is heating or cooling, do not rest it on its soleplate. Place product on its side on a firm flat surface, as it will be hot.
Never iron clothes while they are being worn.
Selecting the temperature
Set the thermostat control dial (A) according to the type of fabric you are ironing. Check the fabric label for the appropriate setting. Fabric synthetics nylon polyester silk wool cotton linen Temperature regulator
(high temperature) Start at low temperature q and graduate to high temperature q q q. For delicate fabrics we recommend carrying out a test on an unobtrusive part of the garment (inner seam). Steam can only be produced when the thermostat is aligned to q q q setting.
STEAMBRUSH FUNCTION Using for the first time
When the Steam 'n Press is plugged in the soleplate heats. Do not touch or remove the soleplate cover without letting the soleplate cool down.
Make sure soleplate cover is securely in place before using the steambrush function. Please reference section in instructions called Attaching the Soleplate Cover. Plug in your Steam 'n Press and set the thermostat to the qqq steam setting. After approximately one minute it will reach working temperature. To begin steaming, press the burst of steam button 4 to 5 times to prime the unit. NOTE: The Steam 'n Press can be used on virtually all articles of clothing in the home. Care should be taken when steaming heat sensitive synthetic materials such as nylon or rayon. We recommend you test acrylic, nylon or other synthetic fabrics on an unobtrusive area to ensure these fabrics are not damaged by hot steam.
To avoid damage to clothes from dust or dirt that may collect in the appliance, we recommend that before the first use or after the appliance has been stored for some time you test the burst of steam on an old cloth. Steaming clothes Hang the wrinkled article of clothing on a clothes hanger. Pull the clothing tight with one hand and place the appliance over the creased area beginning at the top of garment. Gently press the fabric brush (I) against the clothing and move the appliance down over the fabric at the same time pressing the burst of steam (B) every 4 seconds. The combination of steam and the brush will gently remove the wrinkles. After treatment, let the article of clothing cool down on the hanger before wearing.
Never steam clothes while they are being worn.
Steaming drapes and upholstery
Wrinkles and creases can be removed from drapes while they are hanging on the rods. Simply follow the procedure described in "Steaming clothes". Always test first on unobtrusive area. When using the appliance horizontally return to the vertical position occassionally to ensure maximum steam performance. Lint pad
Threads, lint and hair can easily be removed with the lint pad (H) by brushing the clothes slowly from left to right. The pad can be cleaned by brushing in the opposite direction right to left on a scrap of old cloth.
AFTER USING THE STEAMBRUSH
Set the temperature control dial (A) to min. then unplug the appliance. Empty the water remaining in the tank and leave unit on its side to cool.
After the appliance has cooled down, it may be stored in the bag provided.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE If the body and the handle become dirty they should be wiped with a damp cloth when the appliance is cold and unplugged. Do not use abrasive or other chemicals. Cleaning the soleplate
In normal use a draggy coating may build up on the soleplate (starch, detergent buildup, burnt synthetic fibers). This can be easily removed by using the Rowenta Soleplate Cleaning Kit or a quality hot iron soleplate cleaner available at most stores. Do not use abrasive household cleaners or abrasive cleaning pads. To prevent scratching of the soleplate, do not iron over sharp objects (zippers, etc.). Do not place the appliance on rough surfaces, e.g. metal iron support, which may scratch the soleplate.
WATER TO USE IN ROWENTA STEAM 'N PRESS Tap water The Rowenta Steam 'n Press is designed to be used with REGULAR TAP WATER (up to 12 grains of hardness). If your water is harder than this, Rowenta recommends mixing half tap water with half distilled water which reduces the hardness; or just use inexpensive bottled spring water. Never use 100% distilled water since this can cause the iron to spit and leak. Softened water There are many types of household water softeners and the water from many of them is perfectly acceptable for use in the Steam 'n Press. However, some types of softeners, particularly those that use chemicals such as salt, can cause the appliance to leak or spit during use. If you experience this type of problem, we recommend that you try using inexpensive bottled spring water or untreated tap water. Never use 100% pure distilled water. Once you have changed water it will take several uses to correct the problem. Rowenta recommends trying the steam function for the first time on an old towel or cloth to avoid damaging your clothes. Iron and other impurities If your water supply contains large amounts of iron or organic matter, these minerals can collect inside the appliance and eventually appear as brown stains. If you experience these problems, Rowenta recommends using inexpensive bottled spring water. Never use 100% pure distilled water. Always remember: Battery water and water containing additives (such as starch, perfume or fabric conditioner) may not be used. Such additives can affect the properties of the steam and, at high temperatures, can form deposits in the steam chamber, which will mark the laundry when they are emitted through the steam vents. For this reason descaling liquids should not be used. In the interest of improving products, Rowenta reserves the right to change specifications without prior notice. 10
STEAM 'N PRESS TROUBLE SHOOTING Problem Leaking or spitting. Possible Cause Distilled water. Solution Never use 100% distilled water. The Steam 'n Press is designed to use tap water. In very hard water areas we recommend using bottled spring water. If you experience spitting or leaking with softened water, change to untreated tap water or bottled spring water. The thermostat needs to be set to the 3 dot setting to produce steam. Allow 4 seconds between each burst. Be sure that water tank is firmly in place. Allow Steam 'n Press to heat for approximately 1 minute before using. Check plug securely in socket. Turn the thermostat to a higher setting. Ensure tank has water in it. Press the burst button 4-5 times to begin steaming. Be sure the dual voltage selector is in correct voltage position before operating. Unplug the appliance and turn the selector (which is below the handle) with a coin to align it with the correct voltage (either 120 or 240 V).
Thermostat set incorrectly. Overuse of burst of steam. Water tank. Isn't hot enough.
Steam 'n Press won't heat. Does not steam.
Is it plugged in? Is thermostat set too low? Is water in the tank? Burst button not primed.
Not enough power or too much
Dual voltage not set correctly.
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